Good Samaritan Society - Prescott Hospice and Marley House

(928) 443-5400

1063-1065 Ruth Street,
Prescott, AZ, 86301

About

Good Samaritan Society hospice in Prescott uses an outstanding team that includes your primary physician, and our medical director, nurses, therapists, social workers, spiritual counselors, bereavement counselors, home health aides and volunteers. We provide:

  • In-home hospice through Good Samaritan Society – Prescott Hospice
  • Inpatient hospice at Good Samaritan Society – Marley House, Prescott's only not-for-profit hospice house

Good Samaritan Society hospice is state-licensed and Medicare-certified. We'll meet or exceed your expectations, with services that include:

  • 24/7 admissions
  • 24-hour phone consultation
  • After-hours emergency visits
  • Pain management and symptom control
  • Pharmacy services related to the diagnosis
  • Medical equipment related to the diagnosis
  • Volunteer support and respite care
  • Grief support and bereavement services
  • Commitment to excellence and compassion
  • Understanding and respect of cultural differences

Find the right care for your senior living needs

FAQs

  • Does senior living feel like home?

    Senior living should provide more than a place to live. It should offer a sense of comfort and safety. A sense of control. Most important, it should provide a true feeling of community. If you’re an avid bird-watcher, you may want a birdfeeder outside your window. Maybe you simply enjoy sitting and reading in your favorite chair. No matter what it is that makes home feel like home, your senior living community should provide those same comforts.

  • What kind of care should I expect in senior living and care?

    Selecting a senior living community can be a difficult decision that often happens after a stressful event such as a fall, a surgery or a lifestyle change. The place you choose should treat you or a loved one as an individual, someone with a unique story. You should feel confident that the staff has experience helping people in similar situations and will treat you with compassion and patience.

  • What payment options are available?

    It’s important to find out beforehand if services or care can be paid through your private pay, Medicare or long-term care insurance. Some offer other payment options depending on your unique situation. Be sure to make an appointment and talk with someone in the business office to determine your best options.

  • What services are provided?

    Many senior living options provide a wide variety of services and amenities. These services should help you enjoy a relaxed, comfortable lifestyle. They should also meet your changing health and physical needs. From activities and lawn maintenance to meal programs and transportation, it’s important to select a senior housing community that provides the right services for you.

  • Will I lose independence?

    Many people fear that they’ll give up their freedom when they move to senior living. In reality, a senior living community should offer more freedom. By helping make daily activities easier, you should have more flexibility to do the things you truly care about.

  • How do I get more information or get a tour?

    Each of our locations has specific services, amenities and options for touring our campus. Contact us to learn more.